Question about 1995 Mitsubishi Diamante
The Diamante has an intelligent auto transmission.
When the "N" light flashes on your instrument panel, it means the onboard computer has detected an abnormaility within the automatic transmission.
If I remember correctly, the frequency of the flashing "N" denotes two possibilities:
a) 1 flash per second = Transmission fault:
You will need to have the fault codes extracted from the vehicle's computer, to determine the area of your transmission which is at fault.
b) 2 flashes per second = overheated transmission
Pull over and allow the engine to idle for 2-3 mins, while in PARK (this will aid the transmission fluid to flow throughout and help to cool the trans fluid down a little). You will need to have the fluid inspected and possibly the fluid temp sensor also.
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Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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